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Old 06-13-05, 04:29 PM   #1
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Alright. If you are into serious air, huge drops and giant doubles then these vids aint for you

Was going through some old footage so I thought I would share some of our local terrain. Those familier with the area should recognize the trails.

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Man the stuff you guys ride is consistently exposed. I have trails similar but for the most part instead of a cliff, I have a huge forest to save my ass from falling to far

Whats with the dude doing the constant seated no footer, doesn't he know thats a good way to hurt the boy?
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Wow, 2 Skinnee and Phunk Junkeez, gotta love it.
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Man the stuff you guys ride is consistently exposed. I have trails similar but for the most part instead of a cliff, I have a huge forest to save my ass from falling to far

Whats with the dude doing the constant seated no footer, doesn't he know thats a good way to hurt the boy?
The exposed cliffs just make for more of a rush the faster you go

Actually, he is a good rider. He just has a tendency to slip off the pedals (even with clipless)

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Holy mother of switchbacks batman! Nice footage, where is that?
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Holy mother of switchbacks batman! Nice footage, where is that?
One is from the San Juan trail in orange county and the other is my back yard (actually 5 min from my place). S&M/Hummingbird is on the border of L.A. and Ventura county. Yeah, they are good places to practice riding switchbacks

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